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I ll be honest and say that dinners are why I bought this snacks and breakfast aren t that hard to make, but dinners, especially for a group, can be challenging I did a quick count, and 40 of the 59 dinners require a dehydrator Of the ones that don t, the authors include recipes with ramen, spam, and macaroni and cheese, none of which I need a cookbook for and two of which I bought the book to get away from And then there s the Trail grown sprouts dinner which suggests growing sprouts for three days in netting, presumably in your pack, and then eating This is hardly a full meal There are also a few dinner recipes with the main ingredient being plants or fish caught while in the backcountry, such as Sandy s Weed Salad with Collect greens along the way in a plastic sack and wash them in streams and then toss with dressing as the directions Most experienced hikers know to not plan on a meal being caught or harvested in the wild The book is also padded with information about National and Historic Scenic Trails in the United States, which is ok information I guess, but a is of very little use to most people unless they plan on traveling the entire country, and b odd to have in a cook book I will probably sell this book and look for another that doesn t have so many major meals e.g dinners that require a dehydrator. Just reading through made me hungry There are lots of tips and techniques on how to take tasty, nutritious, energy restoring foods with you on the trail A great resource Finally, a book that tells you what you need to do at home to prepare and what you need to do on the trail.My only complaint was a lot of the recipes call for frying oil in a pan Not sure what to do with the oil when you are done with it when backpacking It seems a little messy There were enough recipes in here that could be adapted to be GF gluten free A lot of the other trail food books I had read were all pasta based, not so with this one You can also use GF pasta if needed, although I prefer a paleo type diet usually. PoorI have to give this book one star for one reason alone There is a whole page dedicated to the Sunrise Bagel, as follows One bagel cut in halfAdd butterWrap for the trail.REALLY That s the recipe A waste of paper and very dissapointing However, the vegetarian version is much better. Cheese cookies better with bacon Lots of great backpacking recipes and ideas Loved it. *DOWNLOAD E-PUB ↶ Lipsmackin' Backpackin' : Lightweight Trail-tested Recipes for Backcountry Trips ⇥ Popular Book, Lipsmackin Backpackin Lightweight Trail Tested Recipes For Backcountry Trips By Christine Conners This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Lipsmackin Backpackin Lightweight Trail Tested Recipes For Backcountry Trips, Essay By Christine Conners Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You